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Background[edit | edit source]
Reginald was a Secret Service member in Vault 79, although he was never field agent material, like Mercedes Stern and Cole Carver; however, he is an accomplished requisition officer, as he is highly strict with rules (his nickname Regs, short for both "Reginald" and "regulations" reflects this). Even after two years inside Vault 79, Reginald made sure that all the gold was stored and accounted for. After the failed mutiny of Shorty, he started reading more often, mostly old manuals. He was also the one who helped Mercedes give birth to Maggie Stern.
However, Reginald now faces a new problem. He and others are trapped in a small, under-supplied area after the vault's reactor malfunctioned, releasing feral ghouls and rogue security robots. He now awaits an unlikely rescue.
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Quests[edit | edit source]
- Secrets Revealed: Reginald and others are trapped in the vault until the reactor can be restarted.
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- Vault Dweller: "So what's the deal with Regs?"
Slick: "His full name is Reginald Stone, but we all call him Regs. He was never field agent material, like Mercy and me. But he's a great requisition guy. Just mind your P's and Q's. He's totally by the books."
- Reginald Stone's journal, entry 712
- Reginald Stone's journal
- Chase Terrier's journal
- Vault Dweller: "What happened down here?"
AC: "We were doing routine work in this part of the vault when the reactor went. Next thing we knew half our people were turned into monsters trying to kill us. Worse, the fighting activated the security systems and robots. It was either lock ourselves in here or die. That was almost three months ago. We're running out of food and water, so it's a good thing you showed up."